1. Carl Hubbell and Juan Marichal: Two Meal Tickets, One Pair of Giants

    No, they’re not doppelgangers—see my previous article for a fuller explanation—but Carl Hubbell and Juan Marichal —the New York/ San Francisco ...

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  2. Tottenham Hotspur Must Be Careful with Any World Cup-Inspired Transfers

    Tottenham Hotspur will be among the European clubs casting their eye over the players performing at this summer's World Cup...

    Thomas Cooper Written by Thomas Cooper about 1 month ago 12,030 reads 20 comments

  3. Hall of Famer Al Kaline Reflects on Being a Bonus Baby, Upcoming MLB Draft

    Al Kaline was in Indianapolis as part of an appearance for the Triple-A Indianapolis Indians over the weekend. I was given a chance to sit down with "Mr...

    Will  Carroll Written by Will Carroll about 1 month ago 1,944 reads 2 comments

  4. Remember the Los Angeles Kings and New York Rangers' Stanley Cup History

    The New York Rangers and Los Angeles Kings are set to meet in the Stanley Cup Final starting Wednesday night in Los Angeles. While the Kings and Rangers are not traditional playoff foes, this is not the first time they have met in the playoffs...

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  5. Are the San Antonio Spurs Gearing Up for Their Last Title Run?

    The date was December 23, 1996 and the Spurs were up against the Miami Heat . The San Antonio Spurs were on a three-game win streak, sparked by the return of their star center David Robinson...

    Jeremy Dawson Written by Jeremy Dawson about 1 month ago 776 reads 0 comments

  6. Ranking the Most Disappointing Triple Crown Misses in History

    Eleven horses in racing history have won the Triple Crown. Since Affirmed became the most recent Triple Crown winner in 1978, 11* horses have won the Kentucky Derby and Preakness before losing in the Belmont Stakes...

    Brendan O'Meara Written by Brendan O'Meara about 1 month ago 21,828 reads 8 comments

  7. Tottenham Influence on England World Cup Squad Is Sign of Times at Club

    Tottenham Hotspur will be represented at this summer's World Cup, but not by any Englishmen. Hugo Lloris is France captain, while Paulinho is set to be a prominent part of host nation Brazil's attempts to win the tournament...

    Thomas Cooper Written by Thomas Cooper about 1 month ago 6,681 reads 14 comments

  8. Experts Say RB Position Is Going Extinct in the NFL, Are They Right?

    On July 29, 2006, the New Orleans Saints signed their rookie running back , Reggie Bush, to a five-year, $62 million contract. This made Bush the highest-paid rookie running back in NFL history...

    Jeremy Dawson Written by Jeremy Dawson about 1 month ago 346 reads 0 comments

  9. Texas Football: Legacy Coaches Key to Reviving Longhorns' Tradition

    When Texas head coach Charlie Strong hired his new coaching staff, he expressed the importance of his staff having ties in the state of Texas. But two of his assistant coaches' ties are much deeper than the others...

    Taylor Gaspar Written by Taylor Gaspar about 1 month ago 5,893 reads 14 comments

  10. Fred Fitzsimmons' Fat ERA Still Left Room for the Shutout Crown

    Despite playing his entire 19-year career in the metropolitan New York area, Fred Fitzsimmons was never a household name outside of Manhattan or Brooklyn...

    Randy S. Robbins Written by Randy S. Robbins about 1 month ago 151 reads 0 comments

  11. Italy World Cup Rewind: Gol Di Grosso, 2006 Semifinal

    Welcome once again to Bleacher Report's series of Italy World Cup Rewinds. Over the last few months we've been looking at some of the best—and worst—moments in Italy's World Cup history...

    Sam Lopresti Written by Sam Lopresti about 1 month ago 2,179 reads 8 comments

  12. WWE NXT Takeover: Examining the Family History Behind Natalya vs. Charlotte

    Tonight at NXT Takeover on WWE Network, the co-main event is the NXT Women's Title tournament finals: Natalya vs. Charlotte...

    David Bixenspan Written by David Bixenspan about 1 month ago 14,754 reads 17 comments

  13. The Amazing Story of Italy's 1982 World Cup Hero Paolo Rossi

    Paolo Rossi wasn't your typical striker. He wasn't the epitome of a modern-day No. 9, nor was he even considered as a champion before he made history. He was small, frail and lacked the technique that some other Italian heroes had...

    Matteo Bonetti Written by Matteo Bonetti about 1 month ago 5,212 reads 5 comments

  14. USMNT Legend Brian McBride Talks Landon Donovan and World Cup Memories

    In a 17-year career spent largely with the Columbus Crew , Fulham FC and the Chicago Fire , Brian McBride became a legend for club and country...

    John D. Halloran Written by John D. Halloran about 1 month ago 13,989 reads 12 comments

  15. Aston Villa 1996 Coca Cola Cup Winners: Where Are They Now?

    The sad reality is that Aston Villa fans under the age of 20 years old will be unable to remember their club triumphantly lifting any major silverware...

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  16. San Francisco 49ers: Historical Effects of a 14-Team Playoffs

    The path to a 14-team NFL playoffs continues to loom before us. It appears now that there is significant momentum to expand the playoffs as early as 2015, according to Peter King ...

    Bryan Knowles Written by Bryan Knowles about 2 months ago 1,375 reads 1 comments

  17. What Happened to America's Pele? The Rise and Fall of Freddy Adu

    The 2014 FIFA World Cup in Brazil was supposed to mark the international coming-out party for one of America's biggest soccer stars. Instead, Freddy Adu , 24, will be watching the World Cup from his home without any attachment to a club team...

    Joe Tansey Written by Joe Tansey about 2 months ago 338,729 reads 171 comments

  18. DeBartolo Sports Instructor Joe Dickinson Having Huge Impact on College Football

    For Joe Dickinson, New Year’s Day essentially is a time of reflection. Among the reasons is that he has the luxury of watching a number of the nation’s premier quarterbacks, ...

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  19. How Monaco Grand Prix Looks Before and After Formula 1 Arrives

    Watching the Formula One Monaco Grand Prix on our TVs, we see the most spectacular, glamorous event in the sporting world...

    Neil James Written by Neil James about 2 months ago 4,172 reads 2 comments

  20. Remembering the OJ Drive: The Night the NBA Finals No Longer Mattered

    Hakeem's first title? Or O.J.'s last run? That was the choice that 95 million viewers and I faced twenty years ago, on June 17, 1994...

    Marshall Zweig Written by Marshall Zweig about 2 months ago 440 reads 2 comments

  21. Ghosts of St. Louis Rams' Past: Where Are They Now?

    The St. Louis Rams have had their fair share of franchise-crippling draft selections. In fact, from the 2003 NFL draft to the 2009 NFL draft, Chris Long and James Laurinaitis are the only players remaining from those seven draft classes...

    Steven Gerwel Written by Steven Gerwel about 2 months ago 10,516 reads 20 comments

  22. Monaco Grand Prix: Reliving Ayrton Senna's 1988 Qualifying and Race

    Today marks 26 years since the Monaco Grand Prix of 1988, the weekend which saw Ayrton Senna, the three-time Formula One World Champion, achieve the one thing that all athletes seek to achieve in their chosen sport: perfection...

    Oliver Harden Written by Oliver Harden about 2 months ago 1,922 reads 2 comments

  23. Remembering Arsenal's 2005 FA Cup Final Win

    This weekend, Arsenal head to Wembley for an FA Cup Final against Hull City . The weight of expectation is enormous. Arsenal are competing not just to ensure their season finishes on a high, but to end a prolonged wait for silverware...

    James McNicholas Written by James McNicholas about 2 months ago 6,732 reads 9 comments

  24. Remembering Rafael Nadal and Roger Federer's Classic Match at 2006 Rome Masters

    Rome's Italian Open has produced many classic matches through the decades, but perhaps few as memorable or important as Roger Federer vs. Rafael Nadal in the 2006 final...

    Jeremy Eckstein Written by Jeremy Eckstein about 2 months ago 9,216 reads 59 comments

  25. The Highs and Lows of Ashley Cole's Remarkable England Career

    Ashley Cole has announced his retirement from international football, after Roy Hodgson decided to leave the left-back out of his 23-man squad for this summer's World Cup in Brazil...

    BR UK News Written by BR UK News about 2 months ago 7,779 reads 6 comments